What's the best domain purchasing product you've used

I'm looking for really solid references for domain purchasing and management. Mobile & web.
Robleh JamaProduct @Shopify prev.@Tiny Hearts acq'd · Asked

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Domainr

Worldwide domain search

Jack Dweck15Product Manager at Unroll.Me · Written
I use Domainr to search for domains, and then use Namecheap to purchase/manage them.
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Ildi XhaholliCreative Artist · Written
I use Hover to purchase TLD's. They offer better pricing than namecheap + godaddy for TLD's.
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Mike Coutermarsh48Code @ Product Hunt · Written
Hover has been my go-to for the past year. With all registrars mostly accomplishing the same thing. I think it really comes down to UI and management tools. I've found hovers to be some of the easiest to use. Interface is clean / they don't spam you. Seems like a good/honest company in general.
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dimitar inchevTeam Coworkies & StartupBerlin.co · Written
I use them for more than 10 years now. Very easy to navigate and edit domain properties. They have great customer service too.
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Kyle HessFintech Product Manager · Written
Simple pricing. Really nice management features. No need to hunt for promos or stuff to get cheap domains... a bit friendlier than GoDaddy.
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Google Domains

Register and manage domain names with Google

Sandro JazzarCo-Founder, Shababeek · Written
They have an amazing dashboard and free private whois. Also, Google
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Chad Whitaker4Design at Product Hunt · Written
Big fan of Google Domains. I'm happy to pay a little bit more for a great domain management experience and to not be bombarded with upselling.
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Jason CrawfordCo-founder & CEO, Fieldbook · Written
If you need to manage DNS after you register the name, DNSimple is the best service I've found.
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Launchaco

Instantly search domains, social media handles & logotypes.

Marco MarandizProduct Manager at HomeAway · Written
Launchaco redirects you to another purchaser, but it helps you iterate on naming really easily. Plus it helps you find all social accounts.
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